Wade Smith was among the most valuable offensive linemen for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2009 if you ask me. He filled in at center, guard and even tackle at points during the season.
Smith, 28, is now an unrestricted free agent.
According to FOX 26 Sports in Houston, TX, Smith is making his way to Houston to visit with the Texans.
Smith has already visited the Buffalo Bills, which for my money is where any mid to lower level free agent lineman wants to go. The Bills have arguably the worst offensive line in football and a player like Smith could see significant action there.
Plus, there are a slew of former Chiefs coaches in Buffalo, including Smith's former position coach, Joe D’Alessandris.
Smith spent two years with the Dolphins after they made him a third round pick in 2003. He then moved onto the Jets for two years and the Chiefs for two years as well.